Saving Mr Banks introduction (3 mins)
After promising "I'm not going to waste your time being grateful to anyone", Emma Thompson steals the mic and the show at the World Premiere in London. Also features director John Lee Hancock and a suggestion for an intriguing use of Tom Hanks.
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